Located just 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, Butler County, Pennsylvania, is easily accessed by the PA Turnpike, I-79, I-80 and Route 422, 19 and 8. The county is delightfully diverse with its busy hub of Cranberry Township and contrasting rolling farmland. In between, you’ll find charming small towns and quirky places such as Slippery Rock and Mars. Moraine State Park is a top attraction with its 3,225-acre Lake Arthur offering a multitude of land and water activities. Another huge draw is festivals and events. All year long, visitors flock to events like the Butler County Farm Tour for fun and education, and the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival to celebrate Butler, PA as the birthplace of the Jeep. With wineries, golfing, shopping, dining, camping, arts, history and award-winning lodging, Butler County, Pennsylvania, offers an affordable getaway for all ages and interests.